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SmartGeometry 2010 Conference Focuses on Functioning Prototypes that Prove and Test Concept and Design
We are pleased to announce that the SmartGeometry 2010 Conference workshop will take place March 19-22, 2010, at the world-renowned Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain.
Organized by the SmartGeometry Group, sponsored by Bentley and hosted by IAAC, the four-day workshop carries the theme “Working Prototypes” and focuses on functioning prototypes developed to prove and test concept and design. You can choose from among 10 hands-on design studios, each led by preeminent professionals from around the world, representing multiple disciplines from architectural practices and design institutes on the cutting edge of generative design.
You’ll work side-by-side with leading professionals and academics, including
- Assistant Professor Dr. Axel Kilian, School ofArchitecture, Princeton University
- Professor Achim Menges, Director of the Institute for Computational Design, Stuttgart University
- Shane M Burger, Head of Computational Design Unit, GRIMSHAW
- PhD Fellow Brady Peters, CITA, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture
- Professor Dr. Robert Woodbury, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University
The workshop will be followed by a two-day conference and reception on March 23-24, 2010. The SmartGeometry 2010 Conference will focus on new trends in design and the huge potential of digital manufacturing and mathematical modeling that now can be realized with advanced generative tools such as GenerativeComponents. More information about the Conference will follow soon.
Workshop Application Process and Deadline
Admission to the workshop is based on an application process and selection by the SmartGeometry Group.The application deadline is January 10, 2010.
For additional information about the SmartGeometry 2010 Workshop application process and format, and to apply, visit www.SmartGeometryConference.com/2010.
Seats are limited and, given the heavy attendance of past workshops, will fill up quickly. So those interested in participating should apply as soon as possible.
We look forward to receiving your workshop application.